England set 143-run target for Afghanistan in World T20 encounter
DELHI: Afghanistan require 143 runs to win their Group 1 Super-10 fixture of the 2016 World Twenty20 against England at Delhi, ARY News reported.
England won the toss and chose to bowl first in the match.
The 2010 champions scored 142/7 in their 20 overs with Moeen Ali being the top scorer with 41 runs from 33 balls which included four boundaries and a six.
Openers James Vince and tail-ender David Willey scored 22 and 20 runs respectively for the team.
Afghan spinners Mohammad Nabi and Rashid Khan grabbed two wickets respectively for the side while Amir Hamza and Samiullah Shenwari grabbed a wicket each as well.